March 24, 2011
Between 25% to 30% of people will be impacted by bullying during their grade school through high school career.
Posted in Is This Normal?, Linger | Tagged bullying, cyberbullying, teens, tweens | Leave a response
March 11, 2011
Emotional anorexia is behavior characterized by reduced feelings, empathy or total aversion to emotion.
Posted in Linger, Radical Parenting | Tagged emotional anorexia, teens, tweens | 2 Responses
February 17, 2011
Soon, all my Stupid Curve activities flashed before my eyes. Fast cars. Frat houses. Fireworks. A toga in the streets of Boston – in February
Posted in Boys will be boys, Days Like This | Tagged raising kids, teens, tweens | Leave a response
November 9, 2010
“Go to your room” was a phrase that used to instill in a child a sense of dread. But that was before technology changed how our teens and tweens socialize.
Posted in Linger, Radical Parenting | Tagged discipline, teens, tweens | Leave a response
October 11, 2010
Now I am faced with whether I should get my own kids cell phones, and I’m having a hard time coming up with a good reason to slip new phones into their Christmas stockings.
Posted in All in the family, Boys will be boys, Days Like This | Tagged cell phones, teens, tweens | 7 Responses
February 4, 2010
In a sea of apocalyptic and doomsday movies out right now, its light-hearted nature is a nice change of pace.
Posted in Linger, Reel Life with Jane | Tagged jane boursaw, kids, mommasaid.net, movie, review, teens, tweens, When in Rome | Leave a response
September 28, 2009
We were passing by the community playground on Saturday when a dark thought hit me: I don’t miss that at all. It was so unexpected, it actually made me catch my breath.
Posted in Momma Said, Uncategorized | Tagged children, motherhood, tweens | Leave a response
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